Star Gazing in RV

Star Gazing

As any stargazer knows, there is nothing quite like the experience of gazing up at the night sky, free from the light pollution of cities and towns. If you’re planning on doing some serious stargazing, then you’ll want to choose your RVing destination wisely. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

– Look for places with dark skies. This means avoiding heavily populated areas and sticking to remote locations. National parks are a good bet.

– Check the weather forecast. You want clear skies, so aim for a time when there is little chance of clouds or precipitation.

– Consider the elevation. The higher you are, the better your view will be. mountains and hillsides offer great vantage points.

By following these tips, you’ll surely find an excellent spot for stargazing on your next RV trip.

List of Great Places to go Star Gazing…

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park: With more than 800 miles of hiking trails, this park is one of the best places in the country to escape the light pollution of cities and experience the beauty of the night sky.

Death Valley National Park: Death Valley is home to some of the darkest skies in North America. Located in the Mojave Desert, this park is ideal for stargazing.

Yellowstone National Park: Yellowstone is one of the premier destinations for stargazing in the United States. The park’s high elevation and lack of light pollution make it a perfect place to view the stars.

Arches National Park: After the sun sets and the sandstone has cooled you can see countless stars set against a pitch-black night sky. See the night sky as you may never have before after dark in Arches National Park. 

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